You will need to bring food for yourself and your family. Although there may be a number of communal meals, most evening meals are cooked in smaller circles of roughly 15 people, on an open fire. So, food to contribute to these meals is welcome. Breakfast and lunch are independent - bring whatever you need for these. There is a camp shop with essentials on site and there will be someone going shopping to a local supermarket every couple of days so there is no need to bring enough for the full 10 days and if you come on public transport you can get what you need when you get here.
Cooking is done on open fires and we celebrate and gather around a central fire each night. Everyone helps in chopping and gathering firewood and other tasks that keep the camp running.
If you are coming by public transport and need a lift from a nearby station or bus stop please be in touch with us to see if this can be arranged.
A complete document with many practical considerations will be sent out to you when you make a booking for camp. This document changes every year and includes things to bring for ceremony if needed, so please read it even if you are a regular!